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Thank you very much for taking your precious moments to view and comment on my photographs, greatly appreciated.Smile
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A quick view of sawsengee's recent activity.

  • Bang Pa-In (Royal Summer Palace), Ayuthaya,Thailand

    This is Bang Pa-In or the Royal summer palace near to Ayuthaya,,,,here is a link:
    • 16 Feb 2017 10:17AM
  • The Church of St. Donatus

    beautiful reflection & abstract compo Smile
    • 14 Feb 2017 9:13AM
  • rocker colour version

    spectacular viewpoint & visual composition Smile
    • 14 Feb 2017 9:00AM
  • Rajasthani man

    Quote:He doesn't look too happy to be photographed, Sawsengee. Do you communicate with your subjects in their language?

    Hi Carol, thank you for your observation & comment......no I cannot communicate verbally with most of my subjects in India, only my smile, my gesture with my camera & a little hope that they will agree with a smile or a nod. I always asked permission of this sort before capturing them. Most of these subjects are not camera ready & probably have never been photographed by a total stranger (foreigner), so their expression is honest, direct, a little apprehensive but their skepticism will always open up to a broad smile when I show them their captured image on my camera lcd (always). GrinGrin
    • 14 Feb 2017 8:50AM
  • Avenue II

    amazing view & composition Smile
    • 13 Feb 2017 10:42AM
  • " GREEN.....GREENISH......! "

    Quote:Love the bits of red contrasting with the green...
    Wonderful image. Beautiful to see... Isabel GrinGrin

    Those red sheaths are from the Cyrtostachys lakka palms and they are quite indigenous from Malaysian lowland swamp forest. Smile
    • 11 Feb 2017 9:01AM
  • Winter Sunshine

    stunning capture & visual presentation. Smile
    • 11 Feb 2017 8:54AM
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  • Hello Andrew, thank you for your kind comments on my photo.....you have an amazing series of blue hour photography. Not many photographers will emphasis or dwell on this magical moment as it really is a short time-capsule of only half an hour of good photography each day barring rain, atmospheric dust layers & cloud temperament. Your twilight zone is certain eye catching .....please feel free to check on my website link for more night photography shots. Best regards from Kuala Lumpur.